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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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1 - Cold Storage of In Vitro Plants
2 - Contaminants of In Vitro Plants
3 - Cryopreservation
4 - In Vitro
5 - Seed
Contaminants of In Vitro Plants
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Buckley, P.M., T.N. DeWilde, and B.M. Reed. 1995. Characterization and identification of bacteria isolated from micropropagated mint plants. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology. 31P: 58-64.

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Postman, J., J. DeNoma, and B.M. Reed. 2005. Detection and Elimination of Viruses in USDA Hop (Humulus lupulus) germplasm collection. Acta Horticulturae. 668: 143-148.

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Reed, B.M., P.M. Buckley, and T.N. DeWilde. 1995. Detection and eradication of endophytic bacteria from micropropagated mint plants. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology. 31P: 53-57.

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Reed, B.M. and P. Tanprasert. 1995. Detection and control of bacterial contaminants of plant tissue cultures. A review of recent literature. Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology. 1: 137-142.

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Reed, B.M., Mentzer, J., Tanprasert, P. and X. Yu. 1998. Internal bacterial contamination of micropropagated hazelnut: identification and antibiotic treatment.  Plant Cell Tissue Organ Culture. 52: 67-70.

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Tanprasert, P. and B.M. Reed. 1997a. Detection and identification of bacterial contaminants from strawberry runner explants. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology-Plant. 33: 221-226.

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Tanprasert, P. and B.M. Reed. 1997b. Determination of minimal bactericidal and effective antibiotic treatment concentrations for bacterial contaminants from micropropagated strawberries. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology-Plant. 33: 227-230.

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Tanprasert, P. and B.M. Reed. 1998a. Detection and identification of bacterial contaminants from strawberry runner explants. Plant Cell Tissue Organ Culture. 52. 53-55.

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Wang, N. and B.M. Reed. 2003. Development, Detection, and Elimination of Verticillium dahliae in Mint Shoot Cultures   HortScience. 38: 67-70.

   
   
   
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